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Endless, A Silent Whisper

The night belongs to us
We’re caught in a world of our own
We cling to the hope it would change for us
Is it in vain? Is it too late?
Why did it have to be you than I.
I heard the news today.

Is this the beginning of our last dance?
Once around the floor, can we do it again?
I feel the thrill from words we say,
I love you.

Embrace so much tighter
This could be our last together
Heaven sheds tears for the wounded hearts
Our forever has been torn apart

Our vast religions
Won’t help us answer
What was pre-destined for us to have
Since long ago.
It’s hopeless

The world it turns with us
Hold me in closer, don’t let go of me
Now we close our eyes and let go to the night
The night we feel alive.

Is this the beginning of our last dance?
Once around the floor, can we do it again?
I feel the thrill from words we say,
I love you.

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Random thoughts on Nescafe’s Red Mug Session featuring URBANDUB.

Nescafe, You Rock! – first of all, thank you Nescafe for not only featuring Urbandub but mainly for believing on Filipino talents, for supporting great Pinoy bands and their music, and for going out of your way so to speak. You just earned my respect and I know a lot more people out there. Please keep it up. Mabuhay kayo, Nescafe!

Lalay, The Sales Expert – I kinda recognize that store, I know I’ve been there once to buy not a shirt but a ticket for their then concert in Music Museum (that was the best by the way). A friend told me that Lalay sometimes go there to act as the Sales Lady, the Manager, whatnot. Too bad I didn’t get to see her. But just like she said, she’s there at least twice or thrice a week, so, I’ll see her soon 😉

Jan Jan, The Skater Boy – it’s nice to know that he isn’t one of those posers, you know, those people dressing up like they know how to skate but really not? Not him. Kudos to you sir. Keep on drumming, keep on rocking, keep on skating, keep on inspiring people.

Gab, The Wrestler – I’m not surprise to say the least, to see him doing things like jujitzu (did I spell that right?). And he got jokes too. Really talented man. I remember him kicking a fan one time during a gig because that stupid fanatic went up the stage and grab the mic from Gabby. He got a taste of Gab’s go to move – the singing side kick. Hayaaaah!

John, The Painter –  I’m one of the millions who’s glad that you quit the job for the band. The talent that you have is so amazing, you gotta share it. And thanks for doing just that, John The Painter. I’d like to see one of his works though, one of his masterpieces. Next stop for me: Freedom Bar.

Little Piece of Heaven – singing my lungs out to the tune of any of their songs. It is liberating. For me at least. I know people wouldn’t want to hear it. I didn’t want to hear it. Wifey recorded my own session and man, I kicked some a$$! Not! Singing to Endless, A Silent Whisper with my headset on and caring about nothing else is such a heaven. Go ahead and do it! But please don’t tell me I didn’t warn you about the chaos you might create. I’m still alive so you should be fine 🙂

Red Mug Session: Urbandub (Part 1)

Red Mug Session: Urbandub (Part 2)

Red Mug Session: Urbandub (Part 3)

A Fight Against Cancer.

A gig for the benefit of Mariejo Vitug and the family of Tin Nunez. Our prayers for you and your families.

The show held at the 70’s Bistro featured the following bands: Eleyn, Rivermaya, Razorback, Typecast, Urbandub, and Pupil. It was one heck of a gig. My ears are still ringing and I can barely hear until now. But it was all good. Good old rock and roll.

Mabuhay ang mga Bandang Pinoy. Mabuhay ang OPM. Mabuhay ang Musikang Pilipino. \m/

I’m A Stalker.

Posted: January 7, 2011 in Urbandub

No, not really. I’m just a fan. and with these photos i hope i won’t get arrested any time soon.

I am a big fan of Urbandub and their music. There is nothing like it. From the the melody to the lyrics, to the members, to the roadies, they are just a bunch of awesome people. Or so I think? I don’t know them really, but just by looking at them, being in their gigs a couple of times, i must say that is a valid judgment, or say, assumption.

One major reason I liked the band was because of the band members, more particularly, Lalay. She is the kind of rock chic we’ve been all dreaming me of. Alright, just me perhaps and a couple of you folks. But really, she is the epitome of rock goddess. and next thing you know, you are a stalker like me or worse.

Enjoy the beauty of rock. Shots taken from their last gig in 2010 – Sonicboom Xmas Party in Saguijo.